will be shutting down on 30th of June.
/d/OpSec icon


31,046 subscribers

Anonymous Planet Onion

Discussion of OpSec, Threat Models, Protection, Assessment & Countermeasures.

Vendors: /d/vendor_handbook.

While the focus of this community's OpSec discussions may center around DarkNet (DN) activity, all members of this sub are encouraged to think about, discuss, and share ideas relating to OpSec.


by /u/trumpsta420 P · 2 votes · 2 weeks ago

Looks like they had a backdoor all along.

They have the ability to get your keys, which kinda breaks the whole pint of a hardware wallet.

Comments (2)
/u/MrLivian · 1 votes · 2 weeks ago · Link

Only idiots use Ledger....

and people who doesn't understand BTC...

If you understand BTc ... you don't need ledger...

you need your own OS built from scratch on your air gaped laptop.... and you don't need any 3rd party like Ledger to trust ...

But poor idiots.... use Ledger or Trezor or similar so called HARD wallets

Stay Safe

/u/trumpsta420 P OP · 1 votes · 2 weeks ago · Link

Hard wallets are advertised as giving you complete control over your money.

Opensource and an airgaped wallets are the best!